Lyndon House Arts Center Reopens
Staffers are welcoming visitors back to the Lyndon House Arts Center beginning today. With opening receptions off the table, they’ve developed a safer method of gathering.
“Of course we are following all of the protocols: face masks are required to enter the building and we insist on social distancing. We have umpteen hand-sanitizer stations throughout the gallery, as well as signs that relate to the number of people that are admitted into each of these spaces based on the calculations the CDC provides with the floor plan.”
Program Supervisor Didi Dunphy explains how the new tours work.
“We are doing timed-reserved entry tickets - of course, they’re free. We have QR Codes on our website and on our newsletters and the link for an event, so you can sign up for 1 to 4 tickets every hour.”
There are several new exhibitions: The Art of Jeremy Ayers with the movie ‘Jeremy Dance’ by Michael Stipe, Imagination Squared: Pathways to Resilience, Waterfall Plot, and Boundless; along with The Lounge Gallery.
The preview hours are today until 8 pm, Wednesday, September 9th, 10 am to 5 pm, and Thursday, from 12 pm to 8 pm.
New hours for the Lyndon House are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am until 6 pm.